Canada’s Wonderland

July 7

Costco Canada: Canada’s Wonderland Day Pass Plus Unlimited Drinks Was $46 | Now $36

Posted by on July 7, 2015 at 11:35 AM

Costco Canada: Canadas Wonderland Day Pass Plus Unlimited Drinks Was $46 | Now $36

Planning on hitting up Canada’s largest theme park this summer? I know I am! If you are, I’ve found a fabulous deal from Costco that will save you some cash before you go. Regularly $45.99, get your one day pass for ages 3 to 59 for only $36.99, Update – now $35.99, plus you’ll get unlimited pop and I tell you that is worth quite a bit since drinks are not cheap at Canada’s Wonderland! The regular price of this deal beats out what you’ll pay on Canada’s Wonderland’s site, so the discounted price is that much better!

Living in Ontario, I know Canada’s Wonderland very well. I actually used to live a 10 minute drive from it and now it is more like 45 minutes, but we all have season passes since it is such a great way to spend a day. While I don’t really want to blog all the good deals that come out for CW because that means you’ll be making the lines longer, I can’t hold this back from my fellow Moosers.

Your tickets from this deal will come via email, so you can basically buy them the day before or even that day. It says the vouchers will come within an hour, but personally, I would give it a little extra time as you never know.

With this e-ticket, you’ll get admission to pretty much everything at Canada’s Wonderland. They do have a dinosaur exhibit that you have to pay extra, plus a movie, which my kids said is pretty awesome.

On top of all the rides and shows, you’ll get free fountain drinks all day, using a wristband. I usually buy the souvenir cup that is about $16 and I get $0.99 refills, as the regular price of drinks is probably around the $5 mark and can get ridiculously expensive. You don’t have to just get pop, I think they have some fountain juices as well. If you are going on a very hot day, this will be a godsend.

If you look at the Canada’s Wonderland site, you’ll see that the 3 day advance ticket is $40.99 and the at the gate price is $61.99! This means you are saving about half off the gate price. If you decide that morning to go and buy from the CW site, your ticket price is $47.99.

Moosers, what is your favourite ride? Ours is the Ghoster Coaster!

Photo credit: Jeremy Thompson

(Expiry: 10th July 2015)

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June 10

WagJag Canada: 45% Off Tickets To Canada’s Wonderland PLUS Exclusive Additional 10% Off PLUS Bonus $10 Credit

Posted by on June 10, 2015 at 8:00 AM

WagJag Canada: 45% Off Tickets To Canadas Wonderland PLUS Exclusive Additional 10% Off PLUS Bonus $10 Credit

I didn’t get to go to Canada’s Wonderland at all last year, but I plan to this year – especially with this discount. Right now WagJag Canada has Canada’s Wonderland tickets on sale for up to 45% off the regular cost. Not only that, but we have an exclusive coupon code to get an additional 10% off that already low price. You will also get a bonus $10 WagJag promo code to use on a future purchase.

Click here to get your Canada’s Wonderland tickets now @

  • Coupon code: WONDERLANDMOOSE
  • Discount: extra 10% off Canada’s Wonderland tickets
  • Expiry: 12th June 2015

WagJag Canada is selling their Canada’s Wonderland tickets in pairs. Which is fine, because it is not often that you would venture to an amusement park alone. There are over 200 attractions at Canada’s Wonderland, and most of the time people are fine paying the regular price for admission. You don’t have to though. WagJag Canada has the following offers on admission to Canada’s Wonderland

  • 2 Tickets – were $140 | now $81.34 (taxes included)
  • 4 tickets – were $280 | now $153.63 (taxes included)

After you apply our exclusive coupon code at the check out process, the prices will look even better. How can you resist this discount on tickets to a family fun place? After the exclusive 10% coupon code is applied, here is what these tickets will cost you:

  • 2 tickets after coupon code – $73.21
  • 4 tickets after coupon code – $138.27

Since Canada’s Wonderland tickets would cost you about $70 each after taxes have been applied, this is basically getting two tickets for the cost of one. Don’t forget that you will even receive a $10 WagJag promo code on Monday June 15th. This promo code will expire on August 31st, so you have the summer to decide what you would like to purchase. I don’t see any fine print regarding a minimum purchase total to apply your $10 credit, so maybe you will even be able to get a freebie out of it.

Your admission tickets will be valid through October 31st, 2015. I snagged 4 tickets so that we could celebrate Father’s Day at Canada’s Wonderland. You won’t get physical tickets, but rather a voucher you have to print and present to be admitted into the park. Taxes are included, there are no additional charges. There also seems to be a few new attractions this year – like the Typhoon and some water park additions.

You can get future coupon codes from our Bargainmoose forum.

Moosers, what are your favourite attractions at Canada’s Wonderland?

WagJag Canada: 45% Off Tickets To Canadas Wonderland PLUS Exclusive Additional 10% Off PLUS Bonus $10 Credit

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October 7

Paypal Canada: Get A Canada’s Wonderland Halloween Haunt Ticket + A Free Daytime Admission Ticket For $30

Posted by on October 7, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Paypal Canada: Get A Canadas Wonderland Halloween Haunt Ticket + A Free Daytime Admission Ticket For $30

Canada’s Wonderland fans, get pumped for this deal! For a limited time, if you order a Halloween Haunt ticket on Paypal, you’ll save up to $10 off of the regular admission price that you’d pay at the front gates of Canada’s Wonderland – but that’s not all! You’ll also get a free daytime admission ticket to Canada’s Wonderland that you can use during the 2014 operating season. For all this, you’ll be paying $29.99! Plus, since you’ll be downloading your admission tickets online, you won’t have to worry about any shipping fees!

For those who aren’t familiar with the Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland, it’s an annual spooky romp through the popular amusement park at night that’s totally converted into a scary scene out of many horror movies. Essentially, you’re going on rides and going through the park as zombies, ghosts, and other characters are wandering around – some may try to scare you, too! It’s definitely not for those who hate the scary aspects of Halloween!

The Halloween Haunt is open on October 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, and 31. In other words, it’s open on every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night in October. It happens from 7pm until midnight, and is not recommended for those who are under 14 years old. You’re also not allowed to bring any costumes.

I’ve never been to a Halloween Haunt yet, due to scheduling conflicts.. you all believe me, right? I actually plan to go sometime, though I don’t think I’ll be able to this season. It’s a pretty cool idea, and chances are that you’ve seen one of the TV commercials about it that are flooding the airwaves at this moment!

Since the Wonderland season is coming to an end, you’d also have to use your free daytime admission ticket soon, since the park’s last operating day this year is Saturday, November the 1st. I hope you can all find this deal useful, my fellow Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 19

Canada’s Wonderland: Season’s Pass For 2015 Only $70 & Added Perks

Posted by on August 19, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Canadas Wonderland: Seasons Pass For 2015 Only $70 & Added Perks

With the summer of 2014 almost over, you might already be dreaming about summer 2015. I know I am. Well, you can get your Canada’s Wonderland season’s pass for 2015 now, and you’ll get quite a few perks if you do.

As I’ve said a number of times, we all have season’s passes and I think we are going to get this deal so we have next year’s in the bag. There are a number of reasons why I want to get it now.

First, it is the lowest price it will be. If we buy now it is only $69.99, which is a significant savings from the regular price at the beginning of the year.

Second, if you don’t have a pass for this year, you’ll get a free visit this year with the purchase of a 2015 pass. If you do have a 2014 pass, you’ll get a free Fast Lane pass, which means you get to bud in front of everyone else in line. I can’t wait to use this, although it will be on a day when hubby and I go alone as it is for all the big rides like Behemoth.

Third, you don’t have to make a lump sum payment. Instead, you can pay monthly with nine payments of only $7.78. This is a much better option than the almost $500 I forked out in the spring of this year for my family of five. This way we can enjoy going to Wonderland in the summer and not have to save up for it.

There are different options for passes and I noticed there is a dining option that gives you two free meals each time you visit and this pass is $154.98, which means you are paying $84 for pretty much as much as you can eat all summer. Considering the food is so expensive at Canada’s Wonderland, this can be a deal if you visit often. You’d probably only need four visits to recoup your dining costs. For me, we try to bring food to eat in the picnic area or come after lunch and leave before dinner. But, I can definitely see this great for a teen or someone who has no interest in bringing food. You also get discounts on food with your season’s pass, so factor this one in too.

Who is going to get their passes now?

(expiry: unknown)

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August 7

Canada’s Wonderland One Day Sale: $29 Tickets For Use in August

Posted by on August 7, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Canadas Wonderland One Day Sale: $29 Tickets For Use in August

Going to Canada’s Wonderland can be insanely expensive for a family of five like mine. I have had a few friends posting statuses on Facebook looking for cheaper tickets than what is offered online. I’ve got the deal for them! If you buy your tickets today, you can use them from August 10th until the 28th and you’ll pay only $29.99 for them, which is a $30 savings from what you’d pay at the gate.

While this is a $30 savings from the gate price, you’ll actually save $18 from the online ticket price. Either way this is a substantial savings when you are talking about an entire family going to the amusement park.

I have a season’s pass for Canada’s Wonderland and have been a number of times this year. Last week was way too busy for me, so I left, and I assume this is because a lot of people take the two weeks surrounding the Civic Holiday to take vacation. Most of July was not busy at all, and it was at the point where we could walk off and then walk back on rides. My husband even went on a Sunday with my boys and he said it was less busy than it was during the week and rode the new Wonder Mountain ride a few times in a row.

My middle son is a huge lover of waterslides and I was pleasantly surprised to find out that all of my boys were tall enough for most of the waterslides. I haven’t yet ventured into Splash Works with them as I don’t want to attempt that on my own. Maybe next week my husband and I will do some slides for the day.

I also read yesterday that the SkyRider will be closing down at the end of the month, which is sort of sad for me. It was one of the first upside down roller coasters I ever rode on and I can still remember my ears thrashing on the sides of the coaster. I’m going to have to take my oldest son on this one before it is gone for good. But, I am excited to see what will take its place next year!

(expiry: 7th August 2014)

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June 28

Canada’s Wonderland: Season Pass Holders Bring Friends For $20

Posted by on June 28, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Canadas Wonderland: Season Pass Holders Bring Friends For $20

If you have a season’s pass for Canada’s Wonderland, did you know you can take friends with you on Mondays (who don’t have season passes) for only $19.99? Normally, your friend would have to pay $47.99 each if they went on their own. If they were going with you on any other day, they could go with you (up to four people) for $26.99.

I am moving about a half hour’s drive from Canada’s Wonderland and we are getting season passes. I figure even if we go three times, and we’ll probably go a few more, it will be well worth it. A few of the friends who will be missing us in our old city suggested we meet up at Canada’s Wonderland over the summer, which I think is a great idea. I think coming to meet us on a Monday is their best bet, as they’ll save so much money on their day passes.

I also think that Mondays are probably less busy days (with the exception of the holiday Mondays) as people who are going to take some days off wouldn’t take Monday unless they took the whole week. My husband used to take every Friday off in the summers, and I know quite a few people who still do the same.

This bring a friend deal is the same price for adults, juniors and seniors, but it is still a good discount from what they’d normally pay. You can buy your tickets online or at the door as well.

There are a few other deals to go along with this, to save you money on your fun day out. For example, you could add an all you can eat meal combo for $11.99. You could also do the all-day dining deal for only $30.

(Expiry: end of 2014 season)

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April 29

Canada’s Wonderland: All Day Dining Only $30

Posted by on April 29, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Canadas Wonderland: All Day Dining Only $30

My kids are totally stoked that we are buying season passes for Canada’s Wonderland this year. That purchase alone for the five of us is going to cost a little bit of money, but it is part of our staycation, so it is worth it. The other thing that hurts the wallet with Canada’s Wonderland is the food prices. They are quite steep. I was somewhat thrilled to learn you could eat all day for only $29.99.

Before you think that $30 still seems like a lot to eat at Canada’s Wonderland, know that you can really eat all day. Literally, every 1.5 hours you can get food from participating restaurants – a main and a side dish. Technically, you could feed your whole family with this deal, although it would take you all day as you can only get one main and one side every 90 minutes. This would be something I would interested in getting for my kids as they eat so little at one time, but are hungry every two hours.

The last time I was at Canada’s Wonderland I was totally shocked by the prices of food. One box of fries cost me $10. Pizza for the whole family was at least $20. Don’t even ask me about the drinks. Something like this deal could save you a ton of money if you aren’t interested in carting everyone back to the vehicle every few hours to eat.

The participating restaurants are:

  • Manchu Wok
  • Risotrante Pizza Pizza
  • Thrill Burger
  • Planet Snoopy Pizza Pizza
  • Coasters
  • Riverside Snacks
  • Roadside Cafe

You can buy the meal deal online. Too bad funnel cakes are not included in this meal plan because I am all over those!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 28

Canada’s Wonderland Promo Code: Discounted Tickets For iCoke Members

Posted by on September 28, 2013 at 6:00 PM

Canadas Wonderland Promo Code: Discounted Tickets For iCoke Members

Canada’s Wonderland puts on an amazing Halloween Haunt every year. If you love getting the bejeezus scared out of you, and like to do it at a discount, check out this deal from iCoke.

Click here to get spooked @ now

  • Coupon Code: icokehaunt
  • Discount: $22.99 – $29.99 for Halloween Haunt and day admission
  • Expiry: 27th October 2013

This deal is actually pretty sweet, being that it includes your admission to the park during the day, which means free access to all of their rides and attractions, plus the added bonus of the Halloween Haunt. Normally, you’d have to buy your daytime admission tickets to ride the rides, plus your Haunt, or one or the other. With this deal, you get both at a steal. Regular admission to the park is $33.99 (online) and a higher rate at the gate. The Halloween Haunt tickets are different prices, depending on the dates you choose, up to $37.99 each. Season pass holders can get them cheaper. This means that to do both the park and the haunt, you’ll be paying a rate of about $72.99. With this deal, you’ll pay either $22.99 or $29.99, saving you at least $40!

Here are the details:

  • Pay $22.99 for day admission and haunt with iCoke discount for October 4th to the 6th
  • Pay $29.99 for day admission and haunt with iCoke discount for October 11th – 13th, 18th – 20th, and 24th – 27th

Here’s the best part – you can become an iCoke member for free! You’ll also get rewards and discounts for other stuff too!

Our Bargainmoose forum is where we keep all the coupons, so check out the coupons for Canada’s Wonderland and all your favourite destinations.

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September 12

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

Posted by on September 12, 2013 at 10:00 AM

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

If you are someone that likes to shop in stores instead of online, you most likely take printable coupons with you.  Even saving a dollar or two can really add up on those grocery, clothing and household bills. Each week we round up some of the great printable coupons offered for the easy convenience of printing them off

Here are a few of the printable coupons you will find this week:

Those are just a few of the great printable coupons you will find posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum. Make sure to always check the forum before heading into the stores.  You never know what coupons you may find.

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August 8

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

Posted by on August 8, 2013 at 4:30 PM

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

Sometimes saving a dollar here and two dollars there can really add up.  I always make sure to grab as many printable coupons as I can before I head into the stores for shopping. There are some great new printable coupons posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum this week for you to print off and take advantage of.

Here is a look at some of the printable coupons you will find:

These are just a few of the coupons you will find posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum this week. You will notice a lot of food ones this week, but there is always a variety.  You never know what coupons you will find to save you that little bit of extra money on your purchases!

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July 4

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

Posted by on July 4, 2013 at 10:00 AM

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

It is that time of week again that we do another weekly printable coupon roundup.  This week there is a great variety of printable coupons to pop into your wallet for easy shopping.

Here is a look at what you will find this week:

These are just a few of the printable coupons you will find posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum this week.  We add more daily so before you head out shopping, check the forum first.

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June 1

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

Posted by on June 1, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Weekly Printable Coupons Roundup

A new month means new coupons to take advantage of.  This month, there are some great new printable coupon codes for you to print off and take shopping with you.

Here is a look at some of the awesome coupons you will find:

Weekly Printable Coupons RoundupThese are just a few of the printable coupons you will find posted up on our Bargainmoose coupon forum.  Make sure to check back often because we post new coupons multiple times a day.

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June 16

Canada’s Wonderland Discounts

Posted by on June 16, 2012 at 4:00 PM

Canadas Wonderland Discounts

Canada’s Wonderland is one of the top tourist attractions in Ontario, and we’ve been noticing more and more people landing on Bargainmoose who are searching for discounts for this particular attraction. Did you know we have a page which lists all the latest deals for it? I’d like to point it out to the existing Bargainmoosers. Canadas Wonderland Discounts

On our Canada’s Wonderland promo code page, we’re accumulating a growing list of discounts and deals for cut-price entry to Ontario’s top attraction. Some are promo codes which you enter at the top right hand side of the site, and some are discount links where you can buy cut price tickets.

For example: online, a regular 3-day advance adult ticket is $39.99, but using the promo code ICOKE you can get it for $35.40 (gate price is $57.99).

Just note that here is a processing fee of $5 for online orders – so it doesn’t make sense if you are only ordering one ticket -it negates the discount. So it would be best if you could make a group order, if you’re travelling with other people too.

On their Facebook page, Canada’s Wonderland has been giving out weekly fan perks – consisting of these printable coupons (expire 17th June 2012) for discounted items at their outlets such as the sweet shop or cafés. This weekend, there’s a printable coupon for buy 1 get 12 half price on burritos from the Backlot Café, or  buy 1 get 1 free on the homemade fudge from the Sweet Shop there. Before you visit Canada’s Wonderland, be sure to check out that page to see if there’s a good printable coupon to bring with you.

Have you been to Canada’s Wonderland, did you like it? I’ve never been, I am NOT a fan of amusement parks. Canadas Wonderland Discounts

P.S. If you find a good deal or promo code for Canada’s Wonderland, please share it on our coupon page too.

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